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Negotiating Change: Art From Societies in Transition (Complete)

NEW YORK, October 20, 2017 — In conjunction with Asia Contemporary Art Week, Asia Society Museum in New York hosted a symposium on issues raised in the exhibition After Darkness: Southeast Asian Art in the Wake of History. The symposium included keynote addresses by John Clark and Boon Hui Tan, a performance by Moe Satt, and discussions with artists Apinan Poshyananda, Dinh Q. Lê, and Tintin Wulia. (3 hr., 7 min.)


Arts
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New York
Excerpts from mesmerizing performance by two masters of Persian classical music.
Education
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India
In Mumbai, Harvard University's President explains how the financial crisis affected higher education worldwide.
Policy
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Northern California
Perry Link discusses his new anthology of essays and poems by Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo.
Arts
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New York
Asia Society Museum Director Melissa Chiu previews the upcoming exhibition <i>Princes and Painters in Mughal Delhi, 1707–1857</i>.
New York
In a panel discussion, experts reflected on the significance of President Nixon's visit to China.
New York
On the 40th anniversary of President Nixon's visit to China, two participants reflect on its significance with Orville Schell, Director of Asia Society's Center on U.S.-China Relations.
Policy
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New York
Stephen Bosworth looks back on three successive administrations' approaches to the North Korea problem.
Policy
At the dawn of Kim Jong Un's reign in North Korea, experts assess the prospects for American engagement and the threat posed by the country's nuclear program.
Policy
Highlights of a panel discussion on outcomes of the U.S. chairmanship of APEC in 2011.
Policy
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Korea
Asia Society South Korea Center recorded the reactions of citizens to the death of Kim Jong Il.
Policy
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New York
A panel discussion assesses outcomes of the U.S. chairmanship of APEC in 2011.
Policy
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India
Manu Joseph on democracy, social movements and the future of legislation in India.